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Which scanner has a higher effective resolution: Canoscan 9000f or Epson v600?
05-30-2014, 07:09 AM
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Which scanner has a higher effective resolution: Canoscan 9000f or Epson v600?
I realize that the canoscan has a max scanning resolution of 9600dpi and the V600 a max of 6400dpi, but from what I've read, these scanners actually stop capturing more detail at a certain resolution. Which of these scanners has the highest effective resolution? Also, when scanning 35mm negatives, which scanner is best in terms of quality? (I don't care about speed/how many film strips I can scan at once)
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05-30-2014, 07:10 AM
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The resolution of the film is more important. The canoscan will scan film at 4800 dpi which is more than one will need I think. I use it to scan my 120 negs and it does a really good job.

This is a partial scan of a 4x5 negative scanned on the 9000f.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/flashpoint1...hotostream

It was old film and scratched easily but @ 2400 dpi all detail is visible. Oh and it was only 10% of the entire image.

I can't really say anything about the Epson.
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